Bee populations PLUMMETING

An explosive new bees study shows why

The Canadian government is deciding *right now* whether to ban one of Bayer-Monsanto’s bee-killing neonics.

Bayer is running a sophisticated public relations war -- we need your help to get the truth to politicians.

Can you chip in for a full page ad in Canada’s key newspaper to save the bees?

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BREAKING: a new study just proved that another of Bayer-Monsanto’s neonic pesticides is a brutal bee-killer.

The timing is critical -- Canada’s government is deciding *right now* whether to ban this very chemical, imidacloprid.

The evidence is clear. A ban should be a foregone conclusion. But Bayer is hard at work trying to discredit the... science and bury the study.

We need to be certain that Canadian politicians hear about this new study -- and aren’t swayed by Bayer’s fake science. But we can only do it with your help -- are you in?

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Canada is one of the biggest producers of food in the world. So if Bayer manages to keep this pesticide in business despite the science -- it’s bad news for the entire world’s bee population.

Three years ago, the Canadian health department promised to phase out imidacloprid. A final decision is expected this spring. This new scientific evidence adds urgency -- but if Bayer gets its way, the warnings of this study will be ignored.

SumOfUs members have come together and forced governments to ban bee-killing pesticides in Europe and Canada before. Let’s do it again!

Can you chip in to make sure politicians see the scientific evidence about bee-killing pesticides -- and not just Bayer’s lies?

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Thanks for all that you do,
Amelia and the SumOfUs team


More information:

Canada: Let's save the bees. For good.
SumOfUs campaign. 26 February 2021. Ontario research suggests insecticide decimates popular pollinator, the squash bee
Global News. 26 February 2021.

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